Ernest Hemingway in Yellowstone High Country by Christopher Miles Warren
Ernest Hemingway’s passion for the outdoors led him to the mountains near Yellowstone National Park during the 1930s. Here, between fishing and hunting excursions, he wrote parts of or completed some of his most famous novels, including A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, and To Have and Have Not. This book, lavishly illustrated with photos of Hemingway’s adventures there, is an in-depth biography of his life and work in the Yellowstone high country. It chronicles the writing he did there and reveals which scenes and characters in his books were derived from the Yellowstone area. 60 B/W photos, 5.5x8.5 inches, 200 pgs.